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Positive stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders' life post-prison release, and design of health-based intervention

 

Overview

The Positive stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders' life post-prison release, and design of health-based intervention project was an in-kind project of the Lowitja Institute and administered by the University of Queensland. It was a qualitative research project that had a two-fold aim:

The project consisted of two phases:

The research design was developed through discussions with Indigenous community members and health workers.

Abstract adapted from the Lowitja Institute

Contacts

The Lowitja Institute
Suite 1, Level 2
100 Drummond Street
Carlton Victoria 3053
PO Box 650
Carlton South Vic 3053
Ph: (03) 8341 5555
Fax: (03) 8341 5599
Email: admin@lowitja.org.au

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Last updated: 3 August 2015
 
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